Mother-son duo, Jane and Jeff Imerman

Sky Grill Opens In Downtown Lathrup Village

A new restaurant in the Southfield commercial corridor is open for business. Sky Grill, which features Mediterranean fare, opened its doors Jan. 10. The new eatery is located at 27411 Southfield Road in Lathrup Village.

Owner Nazar Asmar is a veteran of the restaurant business. He also owns and operates Princess Mediterranean Grill in West Bloomfield.

The Sky Grill menu offers a gamut of dishes from lamb chops charbroiled to order, chicken kabob and beef shawarma to vegetarian options such as hummus, baba ganouj and tabbouleh.

Sky Grill is open 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday.

Imerman Cakes Stopping Production

Imerman Cake Company, a local mother-son start-up company that specialized in organic cakes, has stopped baking its products. The company’s mission has been to provide the community with delicious cakes that are USDA-certified organic, eco-friendly packaged and supportive of Imerman Angels, a nonprofit one-on-one cancer-support organization that matches a cancer fighter with someone who has survived that same type of cancer.

Mother-son duo, Jane and Jeff Imerman

“From the beginning, we have used only the highest-quality organic ingredients,” says Jeffrey Imerman, co-founder of Imerman Cake Company. “We pledged to never compromise those principles. But, the cost of organic ingredients increased our expenses to a point that we are not able to achieve the volume we need to sustain the business for the long-term future.

“It has been an amazing few years of having our cakes on store shelves and online,” he says. “We are proud to have raised awareness and understanding for the organic food movement and for Imerman Angels.”

His mother, Jane Imerman, says, “Thank you so much to those of you who enjoyed our cakes and shared our cakes with your friends and family.”